Apple IIe Stuff

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Apple IIe Stuff

I have a couple of Apple //e Enhanced computers for sale, both in good working condition.

I also have an Apple II unehanced motherboard for sale for parts. It works, but has 1 chip, that sits just to the left of the soldered memory chips that has a broken pin. Also, I think there is a bad memory chip, as it fails the system test. The reason the pin is broken on the one chip, is when I was trying to find out why the board was failing the system test, I pulled the chip, and was going to re-seat it, and the leg just fell off. I think maybe it had been pulled before by someone, who didn't use the proper chip pulling techniques, and was bent, and straightened, probably several times, as I have bent and straightened pins before without breaking them Smile

I have no way of guessing the shipping, so would take each item to the post office, and have the shipping cost figured, and charge exact shipping.

I can take pictures of all, and email to anyone interested, just let me know if interested.

I am asking $75 each for the computers, and $20 for the motherboard. PM me if you have any questions or want photos.

These are not on ebay, as I wanted to put them up here first.

I would take United States Postal money order for payment, and will ship to lower 48 only.

Thanks.

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Re: Apple IIe Stuff

You should have posted this in the laughable thread.

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Why?

k4lmp's prices seem reasonable enough.

Anyway, I'm not really in the market for one, but I think I'll PM for some photos anyway because I'm curious.

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Dog Cow wrote:
You should have posted this in the laughable thread.

PM sent

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Please post photos of the motherboard. Ohh heck post pictures of everything!

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Not really sure how to do that. I will be glad to, if someone can help me out with it.

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For pictures, go to www.k4lmp.org then, at the top on the right, click on 'For Sale'.

Or, try this link: http://www.k4lmp.org/?page_id=455

To view full size, click on the picture, that will load a new page with a smaller image with 'posted' above it. Click on the picture again, and you will get the full sized picture, that when you hover the mouse over, you get the '+' or '-' to make it larger or smaller.

Thanks

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Dog Cow wrote:
You should have posted this in the laughable thread.

What do you believe would be a reasonable price?

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I'm not saying $75 is high or unreasonable for a IIe, but I just picked up a decent one locally with a pair of drives for $20. While it's not pristine, it's in good working order and only has a few light scuffs and scratches.
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tux wrote:
I'm not saying $75 is high or unreasonable for a IIe, but I just picked up a decent one locally with a pair of drives for $20. While it's not pristine, it's in good working order and only has a few light scuffs and scratches.
tux

I would say you got an awesome deal. Drives alone go for more than $20 each typically so you getting a IIe with drives and a controller was a steal for $20.

Cheers,
Corey

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Thanks Corey, I thought it was a good deal also. Keep in mind the IIe was pretty much barebones - had no software, manuals, monitor, paddles/joysticks, boxes nor any extra cards (only the disk controller card and the memory expansion card).
Tux

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